Artículos con la etiqueta ‘Africa del Sur’

Golden BRICS to steadily have bigger say

Por • 25 mar, 2013 • Category: Economía

BRICS Summit is held on March 26 to 27, after a breakthrough was delivered at the UN Climate Change Conference in 2011. It is widely expected that this summit will show the power and strength of the cooperation mechanism among emerging economies. Such perceptions are not unusual recently, since the BRICS countries have enjoyed rapid growth and become a significant force in addressing the international financial crisis, driving global growth, promoting global economic restructuring and improving global governance. Will the BRICS shine golden at this new event? The answer is yes, to some extent.

China key to BRICS bank

Por • 3 mar, 2013 • Category: Economía

John Fraser JOHANNESBURG – Emerging market leaders want their Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa club to be taken seriously, and next month they are expected to make a decisive move towards setting up a development bank to give it real substance and credibility. «There is no doubt that the BRICS Development Bank will […]

BRICS poised to pick up the pieces from the rubble of America’s collapsed empire

Por • 19 abr, 2011 • Category: Internacionales

The alliance of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, also known as BRICS, has been watching the death throes of the American empire and is reacting by creating the groundwork for a post-American global construct. Following the recent BRICS summit on Hainan island in China, Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega told the International Monetary Fund in Washington that the United States and other western countries were attempting to “export their way out of difficult economic situations” by printing money and driving down interest rates – which is the core principle of quantitative easing. It was clear that Mantega was speaking for the other BRICS nations in warning Washington that business as usual is approaching an end.

La revuelta árabe remodela el orden mundial

Por • 11 mar, 2011 • Category: Internacionales

M K Bhadrakumar India, Brasil y Sudáfrica han fastidiado los planes de EE.UU., que hasta el martes parecían moverse inexorablemente hacia la imposición de una zona de exclusión aérea sobre Libia. Presumiblemente EE.UU. todavía puede imponer dicha zona, pero entonces el presidente Obama tendrá que beber del cáliz envenenado y resucitar la controvertida doctrina de […]